DEATH GAME (1977) 2 Disc Deluxe EDITION Blu-ray PRE-orders begin new years day!

Pre-orders for the DEATH GAME 2 disc Deluxe Edition Blu-ray begin January 1 at We’ll announce full specs and street date at that time. As with the PIECES jigsaw puzzle, the I DRINK YOUR BLOOD Horror Hypo, and the TOUGH ONES bullet pen, we are including a special gift with the first 2000 copies. 

The DEATH GAME Meat Cleaver edition is exclusive to our online store at You won’t get this from Amazon or anywhere else, so if you do want one of the embossed DEATH GAME meat cleavers included with the first 2000 units, make sure you order direct from Grindhouse Releasing! 

Be sure to pre-order on January 1st. This limited edition will sell out QUICKLY!

Grindhouse Releasing is proud to present the ultimate 1970s psychological thriller. John Cassavetes veteran Seymour Cassel stars as George Manning, a family man whose perfect life is turned into a nightmare of sex and torture when he allows himself to be seduced by two nubile young strangers (Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp) who show up at his door on a rainy night. Considered lost for many decades, DEATH GAME is being presented for for the first time on home video in its original 2.39:1 aspect ratio, meticulously restored in 4K from the original camera negative. 

“A grisly stab at horror exploitation.”
– Variety

“An intense, uncomfortable film… an exercise in suspense, violence and degradation.”
– Roy Frumkes, Hollywood Reporter

“An extremely well made, engrossing and often shocking film that bears watching if you have the stomach for it… a relentlessly painful and violent film. Traynor shows the gross sickness of a violent society.”
– Doug de Lisle, The Times Record

“If you have a friend who enjoys this movie, get a new friend.” 
– Cleveland Plain Dealer

We are bringing DEATH GAME to select theaters nationwide in 2022! See it on the big screen at these upcoming dates:

• January 14 & 15 – Marcus des Peres Cinema 14, St Louis
• January 19 – Alamo Drafthouse New Mission, San Francisco
• February 4 – American Cinematheque – Los Feliz 3 Theatre, Los Angeles
• March 5-Coolidge Corner Theatre, Boston